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Discussion in 'Wii U - Hacking & Backup Loaders' started by Graphiceye1821, Nov 11, 2016.
This mite be a dumb question but is there a way to go back to SysNAND when u r in RedNAND?
Not really afaik , I pretty much always unplug my console.
use the iosu reboot app
first thing its usefull for
Why unplug it and replug it in??? If it s because of the power up issue afterwards, just turn off that standby mode in the settings for both sysnand and rednand. Thats what I did.
Because powering redNAND off normally will not work. And you will not be able to power it back on (in reality you can, just plug it off and back on) and you will have an orange flashing light due to sysNAND/redNAND conflict ^^
So the "only" way to switch between redNAND and sysNAND is unplug and re-plug
And is it possible to flash SYSNAND with RedNAND? (I want the RedNAND on Sysnand)
iosu reboot app? DO u install through WUInstaller?
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Also I read there is a Homebrew App is that real?
iosu reboot app is stickied
and for rednand there is a homebrew launcher rpx but as of rn you would need to get the rest of the files manualy
The orange light is from it going into standby mode and then trying to turn back on to rednand when sysnand wants to load at the same time. So they conflict with each other. (Thats what Im thinking it is) After turning off standby mode, my wii u turns on to sysnand without any issues. No more BLOD simulator.
o ok thanks
Really? I can power off my redNAND and boot back into sysNAND just fine without unplugging my console. I've always been able to.
I have an European console, if that matters.
I also don;t have Standby Functions turned on, if that matters too.
@dimok @FIX94 any insight?
I can do it as well, no need to unplug
As has been said before, Standby Functions are what causes the blinking orange light. I believe I was the first to bring that solution forward as well.